|Author:||John A. Ferejohn,Barry R. Weingast|
|Title:||The New Federalism: Can the States Be Trusted? (Hoover Institution Press Publication)|
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|Publisher:||Hoover Institution Press; 1st edition (July 1, 1997)|
The New Federalism investigates whether returning a variety of regulatory and police powers back to the states will yield better government. It poses the provocative question. Series: Hoover Institution Press Publication (Book 443). Paperback: 170 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0817995126. Product Dimensions: 6 x . x 9 inches. Shipping Weight: 1. ounces (View shipping rates and policies).
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com Product Description (ISBN 0817995129, Paperback). The New Federalism investigates whether returning a variety of regulatory and police powers back to the states will yield better government. It poses the provocative question, Can the states be trusted? and emerges with a qualified yes. This book should be an invaluable resource to federal and state policymakers alike. Library descriptions.
ISBN: 978-0-8179-9512-6 Publication Date: 7/29/1997 Pages: 170. In recent years, the growth of the federal government and its failure to resolve many major problems have ignited a serious new debate. Others claim that it will gut policies or cripple national regulation. The authors of the The New Federalism: Can the State be Trusted? conclude that the answer is a qualified yes. The studies in this volume find little evidence for a race to the bottom in three major policy domains.
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This book confronts these issues as it investigates the central question of the new American federalism: Will it yield better government, in doing so it poses the provocative question, Can the states be trusted? Proponents of greater federalism argue that it creates competition and fosters the "laboratory of the states. Opponents claim that decentralizing power to the states will lead to a "race to the bottom. Paperback, 170 pages. Published July 1st 1997 by Hoover Institution Press. The New Federalism: Can the States Be Trusted? ISBN. 0817995129 (ISBN13: 9780817995126).
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